Why have a Asd Australian LabradoodleSome reasons why I am passionate about our Labradoodles:
* Low-Non shedding*
easy to train*
great family pets*
funny and endearing*
beautiful and easy to care fo
* labradoodles love children and animals
* playful gentle and kind
* willing and eager to please
*they are fun dogs
Labradors and Poodles have been cross bred to produce an outstanding and unique family pet. the Labradoodle has fast become a very welcome addition to the top ten most favourite dogs in Britain and has had a meteoric rise in popularity over the past few years.
Taking all the best attributes from both the Labrador and Poodle breeds, the Labradoodle has not only become popular for it's sound temperament and fun loving spirit, but also because it is suited for special work including Therapy, Assistance and Seizure Alert Dogs as well as Guide Dogs simply because they are so intelligent and easy to train.
Please Note We cannot guarantee the size of your Labradoodle or coat colour or coat length. No one can guarantee that there will not be some coat shedding! Some English Labradoodles will not shed, some will shed allot and some with shed very little..The labradoodle is so unique, they are ALL different and we love them all
( Please remember a puppy is for life )Any one suffering from an allergy please research thoroughly and please read the link below.http://www.labradoodle-rescue.com/allergyinfo.html Labradoodles are an intended cross between a Labrador and a standard poodle. The breed originated in Australia in the 1970’s when a man called Wally Cochran was prompted to breed a dog for a blind woman who suffered from allergies. The result was a success as the puppies inherited the genes from the poodle which provide the curly some non shedding coats with the trainable loving nature of the Labrador. This was the beginning of the Labradoodle.Labradoodles are now widely bred in Australia, America and in the U.K.
The aim of the breed is to produce a puppy with either a curly or wavy, low or ideally non shedding coat. but no one can guarantee this with the English labradoodles, I would say they are light shedding if they shed it is very minimal.. ((the Australian labradoodles wool coat/fleece are non shedding and hypoallergenic (Some puppies in a litter will be more smooth coated but they will still have a Labradoodle personality!)Labradoodles are loyal, loving companions who prove to be good guard dogs in the home. They enjoy the company of people and other dogs and their temperament makes them an ideal choice for families with children.
They can be very energetic and agile and enjoy dog agility.Labradoodles are very intelligent and trainable. They are often used as working dogs and perform a variety of roles which is why they are a popular choice with the charities Canine Partners for Independence and Guide Dogs for the Blind They can be taught many commands and can transform the lives of people with disabilities.
it is essential for the parents to be hip/elbow and eye tested
WHY HAVE A Asd Australian Labradoodle with Virtually non shedding coatsfull of cross-bred vigour – born with fantastic temperaments – intelligent, affectionate, and playful extremely sociable, friendly and non-aggressive – perfect companions very trainable – quick to learn and eager to please absolutely beautiful
Some only breed first generation puppies (Labrador X Poodle) saying that these have the best ‘hybrid vigour’ and temperaments. These are referred to as F1 Labradoodles. Some back-cross their first generation Labradoodles to a pure-bred – usually a Poodle to strengthen the Poodle coat influence – saying that these have the best ‘hybrid vigour’ and allergy friendly coat. These are referred to as F1B Labradoodles. Others will only breed their Labradoodles to another Labradoodle producing multi-generational Labradoodles, saying that these have the best ‘hybrid vigour’, temperaments and allergy friendly coats. These are referred to as Multi-gen Labradoodles. But we have seen no scientific evidence for this or against any of these claims!!
Asd Australian Labradoodles are non -low shedding,low odour and more suitable for folks with allergies, Labradoodles were originally a 2-breed hybrid (lab x poodle) intended as assistance dogs for people with allergies/asthma. Two Breeding Ce n t r e s i n Au s t r a l i a b e g a n developing this idea further in 1989.They added
OTHER breeds into the mix -
such as the Irish Water Spaniel,
American and English Cocker Spaniel
Irish Wheaten Terrier
Coats are non-light shedding if they shed it is minimal! this is our experience and the feedback from our puppy owners
and weights of the Australian Labradoodle
:Miniature 12-16 inches 8 -12 kg Cocker Spaniel size
Medium 17-20 inches 12 - 19 kg- Springer Spaniel Size
Standard 21-24+ inches 19 - 40 kg - German Shepherd Size
Allergy Suffers Please Note Regarding Allergy friendly! I would like to make it quite clear NO one can guarantee 100% claims that any breed of puppy will not create a reaction, But many people are ok !I will gladly discuss this with you, and i would suggest you also speak to your doctor and vet,
Please note Some Labradoodles will have a moult at 6-9 months approx when changing from there puppy coatthis does not always occur but please be aware this may happen,After this they may be non- to light sheddingThere may be some colour changes or flecking, this is what is so unique about labradoodles as they are all different!!